Would you like to cook some of your holiday favorite dishes in your crock pot? We have put all our favorite Thanksgiving Crock Pot Recipes all in one place for easy access!
From our favorite ham and turkey recipes to great Thanksgiving sides and desserts, we have the best recipes to get you cRockin’ to save space for other dishes in your ovens and on your stoves! Enjoy!!
Get the Recipe Now: Easy Crock Pot Ham
Get the Recipe Now: Crock Pot Turkey Breast
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Get the Recipe Now: Creamy Crock Pot Mac ‘n Cheese
Get the Recipe Now: Slow Cooker Stuffing
Get the Recipe Now: Creamy Crock Pot Corn
Get the Recipe Now: Crock Pot Sweet Potatoes
Get the Recipe Now: Creamy Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes
Get the Recipe Now: Crock Pot Corn Casserole
Get the Recipe Now: Extra Cheesy Crock Pot Mac ‘n Cheese
Get the Recipe Now: Slow Cooker Pumpkin Spoon Cake
Get the Recipe Now: Crock Pot Praline Apple Crisp
Get The Recipe Now: Crock Pot Cinnamon Roll Casserole
Get the Recipe Now: Slow Cooker Pumpkin Apple Cinnamon Cake
Get the Recipe Now: Crock Pot Crustless Pumpkin Pie
Holiday Meal Money Saving Tips
Great holiday meals don’t have to break the bank, here are a few of our tips for saving money while making fantastic family meals memorable.
- Shop the sales for the best prices or price match at your store of choice if allowed. (Psst… Walmart shoppers: Check out Walmart’s new Savings Catcher App and get back money for any price matching you may have missed.– Totally free and totally addicting!)
- Consider shopping at a different store. If you aren’t already an Aldi or Walmart shopper, you might consider visiting them for the grocery shopping for your big meal. You might be shocked at both the quality and price you will find. (Note: This post is not sponsored by Walmart or Aldi, it is just my honest advice on how I save money on my holiday meals.)
- Leverage leftovers. While holiday meals might feel a bit more expensive, more times than not, they produce more food than you will ever eat in one sitting. Be prepared for left-overs and consider freezing extra meat and other freezer friendly foods for relief on the food budget later in the month. Many holiday meats such as ham and turkey can be turned into all kinds of other meals. (For some ideas on ham left-overs, check out my $50 Challenge Post where I made all kinds of recipes for $50– including a huge ham!)
- Drop the labels. If you are cooking a lot of dishes with multiple ingredients, you might consider buying the generic version the ingredients in the dish. A lot of times you cannot even tell a difference. Also, if nutrition is a concern at your holiday table, make sure you look at nutrition labels– not marketing labels to get the most bang for your buck.
Big thanks to Indiana’s Family of Farmers for sponsoring this Thanksgiving Crock Pot Recipes round-up and Holiday Meal Savings Tips Post. This is my last post in my Afforable Food Tips Series with them. Check out my other posts in this series here:
- $50 Challenge– How many meals could you make with $50?
- Marketing Labels vs. Nutrition Labels
- 10 Quick and Easy Meals
- Low Carb Ninja Foodi Italian Wedding Soup - October 6, 2020
- Goode Times Weekly Vol. 1, Issue 2 - September 27, 2020
- If you enjoyed our Slow Cooker Stuffed Pepper Soup, Try This Recipe - September 26, 2020